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  Author  Subject: Response to Dean Francis

Posted on 10-30-2000 05:59 p.m. ET  reply

Original Poster: dr oneill


First of all, Red Hat does allow one to specify a bootloader and where it will
be written to (MBR or 1st sector of boot partition.)

Did you by chance install Linux first and then Windows? If so, that is the
cause of the problem. Windows will always overwite the Master Boot Record.

You did make a Red Hat boot disk, right? If so, it's an easy fix.

Please advise.

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